Gap between best & worst performing European banks 2015, by customer income & profit

This statistic illustrates the performance gap between the best and worst performing banks in European countries or regions, according to the level of income per customer and profit per customer as of 2015. In that time, the best performing banks (in both categories) were Swiss banks, with 509 euros of profit per customer and 1,406 euros income per customer.

Customer income and profit gap between best performing and worst performing retail banks in Europe as of 2015

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Release date

June 2016



Survey time period


Number of respondents

89 respondents

Special properties

Retail banks and retail banking divisions in 22 European countries.

Supplementary notes

* Best performing banks in Switzerland, worst in Turkey.
** Best performing Swiss banks, worst in Portugal.

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